Have you ever received a message that seems too good to be true? You’ll get the latest skin along with the champion and all you have to do is just click on a link and fill in some details?
Pro-tip: If it seems too good to be true, it probably is!
Please don’t trust messages or links to sites promising to give you free RP or skins. Riot Games or Garena will never have an event where we contact you out of the blue and ask for your personal information, especially your password, to give you RP, as we can just credit them to you automatically. We don't need a third party to do it and we definitely wouldn't need to share your info with anyone, ever.
Scammers often try to copy email and text messages from legitimate companies to trick you into entering personal information and passwords. Never follow links or open attachments in suspicious or unsolicited messages.
If you have been a victim of phishing and your account has been compromised, please reach out to customer service immediately to change your password.
Be careful with your account and protect your information! Here are some tips to avoid falling for these scams:
Don't give your password to anyone. This way you'll be certain that you aren't being scammed.
Don't give your username or password on websites that request this information in exchange for free skins or RP. We will already have all this information on-hand so we would have no reason to ask you for it.
Always be extremely cautious. And if someone offers you RP, contact our Customer Service.
Don't buy RP on websites that offer low-cost packages.
Always remember that the only official way to purchase RP is through the in-game store or with the pre-paid cards sold at stores and cybercafes.